Female Knight

If you thought that only men could be knights and that one must be awarded a knighthood by the Queen of England, this may not only open some readers’ eyes, but change a few minds as well.

The proper term for a female knight is “Dame.” Some people may think that the only way to earn such a title is through marriage, but a woman may earn the title of “Dame” in her own right, whether she is married or not. Marriage, however, is often the fastest way to achieve such a title.

The male equivalent, of course, is “Sir,” and more often than not, men are considered to be knights, and when one pictures a “knight in shining armour,” they think of a man.

The fastest way to earn a knighthood is to be a British subject who has accomplished something extraordinary in their chosen field of employment. Some examples of those who have recently earned a knighthood and the title of “Sir” or “Dame” include Sir Elton John. Sir Paul McCartney, Dame Judi Dench and Dame Maggie Smith.

In order to become a proper Sir or Dame (knighthood), one must be appointed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. There is a much easier way to earn this title, and you don’t have to be a British citizen to do it!

There are two different distinctions of British titles: seated and non-seated.

There is another title referred to as Lord (Lady) of the Manor, but the seated and non-seated titles are the focus of this particular order. A seated title refers to a Lord or Lady of a specific place, and there is a parcel of land involved, large or small.

A non-seated title gives you all the perks and privileges of a title without being bound to a specific place. In order to be considered the Lord or Lady of a specifically English place, that person must hold land within that particular region or town of the UK.

Rather than move to the UK, you may now purchase a title of Sir or Dame through our special, exclusive documentation service!

Here’s what you’ll get when you choose to purchase a title and its required documentation:

  1. Official documentation with your Elite Title, Seated Title, Non-seated Title, or Lord/Ladyship of the Manor

  2. A beautiful certificate of title that you may choose to frame

  3. An official title that will be attached to your name until your death (non-seated).

  4. An official title with a small parcel of land (seated) that you may pass down to your children, grandchildren, and future generations

  5. These titles also make delightful gifts for those who have always wanted an English title attached to their name.

Some of the perks that are attached to the title of Sir or Dame include:

  1. Special seating upgrades on some airline flights

  2. Special “celebrity” style treatment in some restaurants, bars or pubs

  3. A small parcel of land, either within the UK or within the place where the titleholder resides

  4. If the title is attached as a seated title, the title may be passed down to future generations, as bequeathed within the title-holder’s last will and testament

Don’t delay! Purchase your title now!

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